The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The Home, v. VI, no. III, September 1858

Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: The Home — v. 6 no. 3
Contents: Victoria I (Work, pages 104-107)
Reading The Newspapers; or, The Boiled Dinner (Work, pages 107-111)
Does Affection Need Proofs? (Work, pages 111-112)
Manhood and Old Age (Work, pages 112-113)
A Sketch (Work, page 114)
A Hint Or Two About Homes (Work, pages 114-117)
A Health Education (Work, pages 117-118)
Rules For Home Education (Work, page 118)
Ghosts (Work, pages 119-121)
The First Commandment With Promise (Work, pages 121-129)
Country Homes and Country Women (Work, pages 129-131)
Woman's True Glory (Work, page 131)
Choice Plants (Work, pages 131-132)
A Day of Rural Life (Work, pages 132-133)
Precept and Example (Work, pages 133-134)
The Two Morning Calls (Work, pages 134-136)
Wet Feet (Work, pages 136-138)
Teach Females To Help Themselves (Work, pages 138-141)
Eating and Sleeping (Work, pages 141-142)
The Family (Work, pages 142-144)
A Western Scene (Work, pages 144-145)
"Mother Is Not Willing I Should Go" (Work, page 145)
Date: September, 1858
Publisher: Beadle and Adams (1856-1860) (Buffalo (N.Y.)) -- United States
Edition Description: Also includes: Editor's Department (including the departments "The Laying of the Cable", "Health Department", "Recipes", and "Diet for the Sick"); plus short filler items (including "The Slandered" and "How to Hold Sick Persons").
Length: 48 pages

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